Liberalism, 13

Post-war liberalism The Cold War featured extensive ideological competition and several proxy wars, but the widely feared Third World War between the Soviet Union and the United States never occurred. While communist states and liberal democracies competed against one another, an economic crisis in the 1970s inspired a move away from Keynesian economics, especially under…

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Unbelievable!

I have just watched this unbelievable American Renaissance 2015 debate and still cannot believe my ears! John Derbyshire and Peter Brimelow saying that political reform may save us; that we need a second Reagan—and this is the gem of the debate: that the Jews will “wake up” and be on our side to save the…

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Jewish-controlled media – Why?

The blogger Armor linked the below article by William Pierce in the previous thread but the question remains: How on Earth could whites handed over no less than their culture-creating medium to an alien tribe? For goodness sake!: Why? I for one blame the latest phase of Western Christian civilization for such treachery (see The…

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Most Americans will have trouble feeding themselves

The below essay, “US, SU: Same Scenario?” is the thirteenth essay of Michael O’Meara’s book Toward the White Republic, available from Counter-Currents Publishing here. Book review of Dmitry Orlov’s Reinventing Collapse: The Soviet Example and American Prospects (Gabriola Island, Canada: New Society Publishers, 2008) Despairing of my people’s passivity, I have often thought the collapse…

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